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OUR SPECIAL CHRISTMAS WISHES...
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Seiji Ozawa, Narciso Yepes, Tamas Vasary, Pinchas Zukerman ... True legends in full bloom
ARTIST OF THE SEASON
Julia Fischer & Martin Helmchen: Schubert Complete Works for Violin & Piano
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Seiji Ozawa, Narciso Yepes, Tamas Vasary, Pinchas Zukerman ...
Discover the big legends in full bloom!EXPLORE THE SERIES
Arabella Steinbacher & Robert Kulek: Sonatas for Violin and Piano by César franck and Richard Strauss
Julia Fischer & Martin Helmchen: Schubert - Complete Works for Violin and Piano
Nareh Arghamanyan: Piano Concertos by Serge Prokofiev and Aram Khachaturian
Our Special Season's Greetings
From all over the world
This year our artists from all over the world send their warmest wishes for a Merry Christmas and a fantastic 2015 to PENTATONE's friends and all classical music lovers.SEE THE VIDEO
Martin Helmchen Performing at Avery Fishery Hall
We are happy to share a great article from the New York Times about Martin Helmchen's debut performance with New York Philharmonic, conducted by Christoph von Dohnanyi. The performance of Dvorak's works was held last Thursday, December 11th at Avery Fisher Hall, New York City.
A great review for our release "Piano Concertos by Prokofiev and Khachaturian"
"She plays the first of the movement’s two long solo passages with a relaxed improvisatory feel and brings great exuberance and stunning virtuosity to the second."
Review from CD Choice UK
"What a luxury in the 21st-century to hear these discs, not only as they were originally intended, but clearly sounding better on SACD than they would have done when originally recorded."